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Live Reporting

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  1. Weather warning for wind issued

    Strong winds on Tuesday could cause disruption to transport and loss of power across the West Midlands, the Met Office is warning.

    Weather warning

    A yellow warning for wind has been issued from 12:00 to midnight.

    The storm was named Brendan on Saturday by Irish weather service, Met Éireann.

  2. Video: Your 50-second weather forecast

    Alex Hamilton

    BBC Weather

    After a dry and windy morning a band of heavy rain will spread eastwards across the region with highs of 9C (48F).

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    Video caption: Latest weather for the West Midlands
  3. Your weather: A cloudy night with strong winds

    It will be a cloudy night with strengthening winds and lows of 3C (37F).

    Tomorrow will be cloudy for much of the day with occasional showers and strong winds.

    Lower Broadheath

    You can find a detailed forecast for your area on the BBC Weather site.

  4. Video content

    Video caption: Rogue trader: 'I don't know how conmen can do it'

    How a rogue trader conned an 81-year-old out of £2,000 on a shoddy drive.

  5. Incident closes road at Peterstow

    BBC News Travel

    An incident is blocking the A4137 near Glewstone in Herefordshire.

    Traffic data firm Inrix is reporting a broken down vehicle following an earlier crash.

    There's very slow traffic in the area.

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  6. Watch: Lion cubs set for public viewing

    BBC Hereford and Worcester

    Seven lion cubs will go on show to the public at West Midland Safari Park next month.

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    Video caption: The lion cubs

    Now four months old, they were born last summer at the Bewdley site in Worcestershire.

    The park says they were fathered by five-year-old Tsavo from two lionesses, Scar and Amber.

    All seven have been given names beginning with H, including Heracles and Hunter, and will first seen by visitors from 15 February.